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Miller, Annie Emily (1857 - 1926)

OBE

Born
1857
Tasmania, Australia
Died
19 November 1926
Occupation
Community worker

Summary

Annie Miller's contribution to the Red Cross Society in Launceston, Tasmania was acknowledged with her appointment as Officer of the Order of the British Empire on 15 February 1918. Her major work was as Secretary of the Red Cross, Northern Tasmania from 1914 until her death in 1926. She held the position also, of Secretary to the Fund Raising Committee of the Children's Section of the Launceston Public Hospital.

Sources used to compile this entry: A biographical register, vol II, p 104.

Rosemary Francis

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